Microsoft expands Microsoft 365 to Firstline Workers and Education Customers

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At Ignite conference today, Microsoft announced that they are expanding Microsoft 365 to Firstline Workers and Education Customers.

There are about two billion Firstline workers in the world and they are behind the counter, on the phone, in the clinics, on the shop floor, and in the field. Microsoft 365 F1 will be the new offering for Firstline Workers and it brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security to deliver a complete solution. Microsoft 365 F1 will help organizations to train and upskill employees, digitize business processes, and deliver real-time expertise while minimizing risk and cost.

Microsoft 365 Education targets the education market combining the capabilities across Office 365 for Education, Windows 10, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Minecraft: Education Edition. This new plan will offer students, faculty, and staff everything they need to create and work together securely in the classroom. Microsoft 365 Education will be available in two plans—Microsoft 365 A3 and Microsoft 365 A5. In addition to these two, Microsoft also announced new Microsoft 365 plan for non-profit organizations.

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